New speech-to-text tool for Google Docs

Have you ever had a student who is great at speaking but has difficulty writing down his or her thoughts? If so, read on!

Speech-to-Text Tool: Google Docs Voice Typing

Google Docs just added a new tool that will convert your speech to text in a Google Doc, so you can speak and it types for you. In any Google Doc, just click on Tools>Voice Typing to get started. Here's a one-minute video showing it in action.

I hope these tools will help your students access web-based content and reduce barriers for them to create and collaborate in Google Docs. Let me know how you and your students use these tools and what's working/not working for you. 


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